Our Ruins Print is part of our "Summer Spots" line and features a view of the Wilson Carbide Ruins near Chelsea, QC, a relaxing place to cool down in the summer. Built in 1911 by inventor Thomas "Carbide Wilson, the structure was once a power generating station. It is rumored that the inventor placed his buildings in the middle of the woods so that nosy competitors couldn't find out what he was up to!
The print itself is white foil on colour cardstock. Foil printing is a unique style that allows for high contrast, crisp lines, however also shows a subtle amount of texture adding character to the piece. It's also designed and in printed right here in Ottawa.
We donate $5 from the sale of each one of our Ruins Prints to the Friends of Gatineau Park.